Muscat: Oman public prosecution announces Fine of OMR 100,000 and three years in jail for trafficking antiquities
In a statement public prosecution said: Creating a website or using means of information technology to publish or display information with the intent to trafficking in antiquities or artifacts under circumstances other than those prescribed by law is an offense punishable by imprisonment for a period up-to (3) three years and a fine that extends to (100,000) one hundred thousand Omani rials or by either one of the two sentences. said Oman public prosecution
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